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Make-up free Lana Del Rey looks gorgeous in bright blue dress to catch flight out of LAX

 Aside from her music, Lana Del Rey is known for her incredible palette of make-up.
But on Friday the singer went bare-faced for a change - and looked stunning in the process.
The 29-year-old's lovely and natural features were put on full display as she arrived to LAX on Friday, likely jetting off to France for a Sunday show in Saint-Cloud.

 Keeping it comfortable for her trip in the air, Lana wore a pretty blue dress featuring a floral arrangement dotted throughout the frock.
She teamed the colourful number with a pair of cozy beige flats with a woven strap, and wore her long brunette hair in a wavy 'do which was parted to the side.
Along with a leather purse which was slung over her shoulder, Lana accessorised with a cross necklace, a pair of sparkling studded earrings, and a few string necklaces.

 According to the singer's website, Lana will be performing at Saint-Cloud, France on Sunday, and was likely headed en route to the destination.
Meanwhile for Lana, the singer's personal life has at times been the subject of interest.
In an interview with Fashion Magazine, Lana opened up about her about ex-fiance Barrie James O'Neill: 'It’s been a tenuous and tumultuous three years … It was very rewarding, but very difficult.
'Trying to get consistency and normality within the dynamic of that relationship has been impossible. He’s unwell and I’m unwell in some ways, and psychologically we’ve been through a lot together.'

 It was reported that Barrie had proposed to Lana on her birthday in June 2013, though the singer ended the relationship a year later.
In July, Lana opened up to Rolling Stone about how romance can inspire her creativity.
'It's been beautiful...But it's been confusing, because when that's your prerogative, things don't end in a traditional way. You don't have that traditional relationship where maybe you go out with couples at night, or you do normal things.
She added: 'It's more of an extension of the creative process. There's high-impact events that happen, or big adventures, or big fallouts. So it's inspiring, and it's not grounding, but it's what I need to keep going.'

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